What Do You Think About The Niche Of Padypady.com
I am a programmer that loves big things, but in my environment i have been finding it difficult to get friends that can brainstorm with me.
I developed http://padypady.com as a profit base online network for music makers, music lovers, online geeks and the gossip dudes.
We’ve been online for a year & 2 months.
I just need smart people to check it out and advice me more on the section.
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That’s a nice looking site. Everything looks great and fresh from the oven. But I am not too good at giving all praises without scolding and I will start by asking you a very important question. What exactly is the problems you want to solve with this site?
When you are going into a niche that already has established market leaders, you are going to need a lot of investment if you hope to smell any fresh air. Music, entertainment, gossip and news in Nigeria already has clearly defined market leaders. At this point, idea is no longer enough, investment is the king. Look is nothing, traction is the ultimate winner!
I checked Padypady.com and for five minutes I was scratching my head trying to understand what the site is really all about. I had to come back here and re-read what you wrote. This idea of not having a clearly defined niche is not good for startups in Nigeria. Do you think you would be able to convince investors to stake their money in this broad niche of yours?
Your answers to these two questions I have raised will help us better understand where you’re headed to and advice accordingly. Thank you!
Hello Darlington, your views are clear and educative, your truly someone to reckon with, i will put more work in my ideas and try to find tune my niche, i hope to break grounds someday, but with help from people like you, the internet is truly meaningful